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Air Raid Shelter (Unknown)
Black & White image23rd February 1942. View of air raid chimney cowl.
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Arndale Centre, Headingley (Headingley) (12 comments)
Black & White imageJune 1967. View shows the Bowling Alley and also Kentucky Fried Chicken. 2 women are on the street, one with a pushchair. A car is parked on the corner.
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Back High Street, entrance to Bowling Green Yard (Quarry Hill)
Black & White image9th June 1916 Row of Victorian terrace houses, prior to demolition. Area noted as having the most unhealthy slums in Leeds at that time. One man is sitting on the exposed upper wall, supporting measuring rod, another man on pavement holding the rod. The first houses have steps leading to doors, with wooden or iron guard rails, steps also go down to cellar areas. Other dwellings further down the street are smaller, one is a grocers shop. Street is cobbled, a gas lamp can be seen.
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Back Rowland Terrace, nos. 1-7 (Beeston)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Back Rowland Terrace showing nos. 1 (just visible on the right), 3, 5 and 7 (just visible on the left).
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Barley Hill Road, opening of the new bowling green (Garforth)
Black & White image1935. Image shows officials at the opening of the new bowling green at the recreation ground in Barley Hill Road in 1935. It would appear to be a very wet day for the ceremony. Second from the left is Councillor Ned Linley, then in belted raincoat, Councillor Jim Kilburn. In the centre, in a long rain-cape is Clerk to the Council, Margery Goodall, then the Planning Officer, Mr. Cornelius. The names of the two men at the extreme left and right are unknown. Behind them the tennis court is visible. Photograph supplied by Harold Bramley.
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